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Alex Pritchard strikes again - Tottenham loan report

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Tottenham starlet Alex Pritchard once again starred for loan club Brentford as the high flying Bees beat Leeds 1-0 at Elland Road to stay in the play-off places.

The England Under-21 attacking midfielder's sixth goal on loan in west London came in the 65th minute as he tucked the ball away at the far post. He was substituted with seven minutes left to play.

Debuts

There was also two Spurs loanees making their debut on Saturday. Aaron Lennon came off the bench on the hour mark for Everton in the Merseyside derby against Liverpool.

Lennon had a good run down the right but ultimately could not change the game as it ended goalless.

England U19 player Nathan Oduwa made his football league debut in League Two with Luton, coming on in the 59th minute as the Hatters drew 1-1 with Oxford United.

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The skillful winger impressed the home support and manager John Still, and will hope to get more chances to impress.

New Signing

Janaury signing Dele Alli fizzed a 20-yard shot just wide as MK Dons drew 0-0 at home to Bristol City, while Kenneth McEvoy was on the bench for Colchester United lost 3-2 at home to Crewe.

Back to the Championship, Jordan Archer was on the bench for Millwall as their poor form continued with a 3-1 home defeat to Huddersfield, and Ryan Fredericks was victorious over Spurs-mate Milos Veljkovic when Middlesbrough beat Charlton 3-1. Milos' unhappy day was compounded by a shoulder injury that forced him off after 35 minutes.

Shaq Coulthirst came on in the second half for Southend as they drew 1-1 with Shrewsbury in League Two, and Dominic Ball was an unused sub as Cambridge lost 1-0 to Wycombe

Midfielder Tom Carroll, meanwhile, was on the bench for Swansea City in their 1-1 draw at home to Sunderland in the Premier League.

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